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sytAemn of' iotmnted police or patrol fo
tle rtl dit riets be est ablishetl
This is nli ne idea, but, is.1One that i
being carried out, with great succes
in many vagrants and idlers roamini
about, and there is so much work to b
done on every side, the work or move
on system should be established, an
that can be carried out bettOr by sue]
mounted patrol or police system thai
by anyotlier plan. Give them auth
ority to arrest all violators of the law
of the state and carry them befor
the nearest magistrate for trial o
Vommitment for trial to the court o
hen we hear so trueh11 complain
si so many sources of the neglee
emission of the railroad companie
ig business in this state, of givin:
le people proper passenger an
ght accommodations and rates an
ur4te information of delaye
ins, is very evident to every think
person that the railroad comiun
ners should have power to corree
e things and to give relief wher
s fair and just between the rail
s and the ~le. The railroa
orations should be dealt wit
ly and justly, but at the same tim
people's rights should be providI
for and respected.
therqfore recoimmend that sue
itional powers be given to th
ond commissioners as will enabl
to compel the railroads to coir
ith such reasonable rules and oi
as may be just and proper.
this connection, I would recoir
that the act now inforce r<
g the salaries of the railroa
issioners to be paid by the rail
be repealed. The office of rail
ommissioner is a state office an
lary ought to be paid by th
is a duty that we owe to oursel
nd to the state that, we provid
11 pensions for our needy Cor
Ate vterans-those who for lac
ans or who by reason of age an
ity are not able to provide fr
elves. I, therefore, recomnmen
you nake liberal appropriation
hese veterans, to be paid thei
r such rules and regulations a
be just and proper.
1e- road question is one of part
it importance and one that shoul
. our most ecareful attentioi
ny of the counties of the state at
engaged in the laudable undei
ng of building good roads an
rs are beginning to prepare fc
ing and macadamizing their prit
1 roads. When we contemplat
reat good that is done to th
test number of our people 1)b
ork and the benefits to be d(
tlerefrom, it behooves us t
urage in every way possible ou
le to go forward with this undei
ig. I therefore recommlend thet
request 0our senators anid mnembet
ongress to urge the p)assage c
1 an act as will give to our state
ral ap)prop)riation in money for thi
ying oin of this work. Tfhis mo10
supp)llemenOfted with outr coniviet i
wo)uhd soonI give uts goo0d roadt(
eryv 'ounity in the state.,
hesiret, gent Ilement, to call yi or al
til also to the matter of the mi
ty for better accommnodatiot
nrt supremel court. The space0 a
ill the state house for the use0 C
suiprenme court has all been take
.'vitht thte library anid records, es
t 0one con~euttat iotn r'oom antd thl
tI room1. I respectt fully ask thte
look inito thtis ma01ttr atnd provid
'the tnecessities of the coutrt itn th:
eautifying State House Grounds.
wouldt also utrge thlat some ster
aken -toward beauttifying and in
v'ing the groutnds that surroun
capitol buildinig. With the e:
diture of a little money a grer
rovemenit call be matde, and I fet
ured that all our' people wvish thle
r state htouse groutnds shall 1)0 beau
ied and improved.
here 1s no0 quest ion of gtreater' mt
lt to our1 mater'ial and( inudustl'ii
thlan tat of imlmigration. Thi
rqutestiotn is a very serious oni
y thousands tof acres oif land
ow lyitg idle for want of laboi
nd many othter avenues of trad1
fering wvork to the worker's. T1
nd, the hest solution of thi
1 is the bringing in of htom<
hlome builders atnd desirabi
'efore recommenud that ye
1 steps as maty to you seet
)stor and sustain the depari
migration, nowv accomplisl
'h work on this line.
of John C, Calhoun.
any of the states of thi~
o honored themselves b
thle hlall of fame in th
Vashington, D. C., statu(
LV emilient soils wlo have done nob]
.'0wok f4itr thc1. States and for the Ul
s ion, South Carolina's place has r<
s mained vacint. I respectfully recon
, mend that- you give this matter'you
careful attention and give such cor
sidoration to the saine that at no dii
tant d'ay the statue of John C..Ca
houn may adorn that hall, for by thiu
honoring that noble son of South Cal
oliia 've will honor ourselves.
Such other matters, gentlemen, v
may be proper to bring to your attet
tion during the present session I sha
allude to in a special message.
Allow me to add the words of th
eminent statesman, Thomas Jeffei
t son, who, when called to the office c
t president of the United States, cloi
s ed his inaugural address in part v
''1 repair then, fellow citizens, t
the post. you have assigied ie, wit
experience enlough in subordinate oJ
fices to have seen the difficulties c
this the greatest of all. I have leart
t ed to expect that it will rarely fall I
e the lot of imperfect m1anl to retil
~ from this station with the reputatio
and the favor which bring him int
I it-. * * 1 shall olten go wronl
through defect of judgement; who
~ right, I shall often he thought wron
by those whose positions will not Conl
b mand a view of tle whole grond.
shall ask your induhi-ence for my ow
e rrors, which will iever be inteiitiol
al; and your stuppoit against the e1
-'o's of others, who may condem
what they would not, if seen ill all <
its parts. My solicitude will be to ro
tain the good opinion of those, wb
have bestowed it in advance, to col
ciliate that of others by doing thei
all the good in my power, and to I
3 instrumental in the happiness an
e freedom of all.
"Relying then on the patronage <
your good will, I advance with ob(
dience to the work, and may thi
infinite power, which rules the un
verse, lead our councils to what i
best, and give them a favorably issu
for yoi peace and prosperity.'
LI RECORD OF TILLMAN
DRAWN BL GEORGIAT
" (Continued from page 1.)
cally on record as endorsing tile prei
ideni 's action and said lie believed li
voiced the sentient of a. majority <
the people of Georgill.
Mr. Bacon had the clerk read
newspaper clipping announcing tlu
it, cite-. a precedent for the pres
dent's action. It told of the dismissi
of a coipany of the South Carolii
National Guard by Senator rillnia
e then governor, because they refuse
to obey orders during a disturban<
over the enforcement of the ligu
Mr. Tillman explained the occu
. reilce, declaring the,eompany in quem
tion "biend box soldiers who wante
-t heir uiniforms and brass but tons
help t hem withI thle girls.'
Mr. 1Bacon said lie thought both ti
senaitr 01anUd thle p)resideint hiad doi
e \r. Spooner said h'e wuould have
very gtreat contempt for himself,
hie c'ould not (1iscuss thle quest ion ii
v'olv'ed without reference to tile cok
of the soldiers. Tt was, lie said, oni1
leg.al qiuest ions t hat could( be involve<
wI wich'l had~i beeni mtadie of thie TIwent
S hiftth reLi ment , hoth in thle lettecr<
l- Senatorii Cuilberson, pr'otestinig agam
f sending thle nlegro trooi)ps to 1Brown:
n~ ville, and by Senator Tillman.
-Mr. TIillmnan explained that lie ha~
e iiot er'it icised the whole regiment. Il
tadded there wer'e many g'ood negroe
e As this semned to surprise M
s Spooner,. Mir. Tillman added that 1I
had had goo(d negroes working f<
him for 30 years, and lie believe
's there were millions of goodl ones.
- do not liate the race,'' lie added,
d1 simply feel that I am superior to it
-that is all.''
.t ''That is a gust ion I dclineO to i
al cuss,'' ret oirted Mir. Spooner.
.li In0some ways the seniat.or is suip
TIhis ehlici Iedi from Mr. ITillman il
explaniat ion: " When T say ' I', T meni
Iltha thle whlmite ra ice is superior to Il
ii colored( r'ace. Now, wuill thle senat(
C unider'stanid me?''
MrNh. Spooner. disclaimed any intei
s tionl to dlisenss the race qjuestio1
which lie said was entirely outsi(
C thle Priesenit quiest.ion.
io Senator' Spooineir was in the mnidL
s oif a contiitutiiioiial dliseniion of ti
authiorit y of thle pre'sidenlt in tihe cas
C when ad,jouirnment w~as taken. M
Spooner hlQds t hat wh'len thme pres
a dent exercises his~ powers as comninmi
n dier in chief of tie army the senal
has ao juriisdict ion to review his ai
I- tons. He also contended that co1
gress has nio power to legislate specif
cally to r'estor'e the soldiers dischiart
s ed ini the presenlt case, dlecar'ing thi
y ireviewv ean only-be had b)y impeael
0 nient piroceedings, which must or'ig
a nate in thme house of representatives.
0 that in all his experience in tle
ate he had neved heard a doctrine
valnced which he regarded as H
(dalngerous than the suggestion
r the persident has any power in
use of the army that can not be
- trolled by the lawmaking 'ower.
Several senators have indic
s they intend to discuss the ques
and the Brownsville debate is tL
fore likely to absorb the attentioi
s the genate for several days.
The president's message will lii
-i the table, together with the exhi
until the Foraker resolution for
investigation has been voted on
t then will be referred to the <
- mittee on military affairs.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEME
Notice is hereby given that I
o make a final settlement in the
bate court for Newberry county
January 21, 1907, upon the estat
W. C. Hayes, deceased, and imi
Lately thereafter apply for letters
tmissory, as administrator of said
ceased. All persons holding ch1
against said estate will present
o same by that date duly attested.
E. Lee Hayes,
H. S. BOOZER AND SON.
1 On and after January first, I
n J 1. Wheeler will be admitted
I- reorganized as a member of the I
Boozer and Soin Insurance Agene
Prosperity, S. C. Thatikful for
f patronage we solicit a continuanc
0 All companies represented are :
n H. S. Boozer & So
d1 NOTIE TO CONTRACTORS
f Newberry, S. C., December 27, 1
The Building Committee for New
Lt ry County Court House invite se
proposals for the erection and
e pletion of a new County Court H
o1 the County's property in tle
of Newberry, S. C., agreeable
plans and specifications prcpareJ
Architects Frank P. M11filburn &
Washington, D. C. Said plans
specifications are now on file
the County Clerk and at the Ai
- tects' office. Each bidder is requc
e to file his bid with the Chairma
the Building Committee on or be
12 o'clock noon, February Ist, I
a Each bid must be accompanied
!t certified check, made payable to
Chairman of the Building Comm
for $1,000 as evidence of good f
a and as a guarantee, in case his b
b accepted by the Committee, tha
d will enter into contract at once
e file within a reasonable time an
r ceptable guarantee company's 1
in the sum of twenty thousand
lars. Eighty percent will be paid
on All Th
Tickets arc now or
For Full Informnati<
1 consult Nearest Sot
~Geo. B. Allen
dAsst. Gen. Pass. Agel
For full ipf<
son1- cont-rtir as the work progresses,
ad- retainling twtIy pl'erc1t until final
iore qompletiont. The Committee reserve
that the right to reject any and all bids.
the Geo. S. Mower,
01o- , Chairman Building Committee.
ited W. M. AUGUSTINE, BEEF MARK
erc- Best steak ...........12 1-2 ets.
I of Other cuts from 0, 8,and 106. per lb.
Pork 12 1-2 cents per lb.
On1 Steak Pork 15 cents per lb.
bits Oysters, best 40 cents per.quart.
,an Fish, etc. Near Senn's store.
om- -OHARLESTON & WESTERN CAB.
NT. Schedule in effect' June 3, 1906.
will Lv. Newberry(C. N. & L.) 12:30 p. m.
pro- Ar. Laurens 1:42 p. m.
on LIv. Laurens (C. &. W. C.) 2:09 p.m.
3 of Ar. Greenville 3:25 p.m.
aed- Lv. Laurens- 2:07 p. in.
Ar. Spartanburg 3:40 p.m.
Ls Lv. Spartanburg (So. Iry) 4:00 p. m.
the Ar. Hendersonville 0:35 p. m.
Ar. Asheville 7:30 p. m.
Lv. Laurens (C. & W. C.) 1:50 p. m.
r. Ar. Greenwood 2:48 p.m.
Ar. McCormick 3:40 p. m.
Ar. Augusta 5:25 p. m.
Pullman Chair Cars between Au
907, gusta, Laurens and Asheville, tri
and weekly. Leave Augusta Tuesdays,
[. S. Thursday and Saturdays ;leave Ashe
y of ville Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
a of Note: The above arrivals and de
partures, as well as connections with
!irst other companies, are given as infor
mation, and are not guaranteed.
Can. Pass. Agt.,
906. Geo. T. Bryan,
her- Greenville, S. C.
om- ECZEMA and PILE CURE
-ts FREE Knowing what it was to suffer
eity F I will give FREE OF CHARGE
to to any afflicted a positive cure for Ecze
I by ma, Salt, Rhum, Nurysipelas, Piles and
Co., Skin Diseases. Institut Relief Don't
and suffer longer. Write F. W. WILLIAMS,
'ith 400 Manhattan Avenue, New York. E i
chi- close Stamp.
by that will last a life time is what you
want. Out O gans have a pure tone
the and lovely cases We can supply
ttee you with an Organ that will plcase in
iith, every particular for only $65 and $70
d is delivered. Write us for our special
terms of paynent, and for illustrations
b he of the beautiful Organs referred to.
and If you prefer a Piano we have beau
ac- tiful and good new Uprights from $185
o p on easy terms.
th Malone's Music House,
Rnan Sleeping Cars
schedules on All
Sale to all Winter Resorts.
mn as to Rates, Routes, Etc.,
thern Railway 'Ticket Agent
it, Division Pass. Agent.
Ga Charleston. S. C.
st Line Railroad
n Sleepers be
yrmation write to
nger Traffic Manager,
Wilmington. N. C.
You are cordially invite
)ank. Every facility of n
:ion to the wants of our <
he established policy of 1
We pay 4 per cent int,
iccount is earnestly solic
J. D. DAVENPO
E. R. HIPP, Vice
M. L. SPEARM)
Which we use are without ex<
We believe in PURITY.
We constantly preach PUR
We always practice PURIT
PURITY counts, and count
Ask your doctor.
YES, I AM
:o the boy or girl that bu:
er of Tablets and Penci
at the regular retail price
NO PURCHASE TF
The best gardeners are
:es. We have fresh lot (
select Early Jersey Wal
Early Flat Dutch and Di
ill Yearn, Florid~
hadishes, Beets, TON
WE HAVE NO OL.D
We thank our friends
patronage and good will
We will strive earnestl3
good providence of God,
:ience of the public.
-ry, S. C.
d to make this your
,iodern banking is at
and Careful Atten.
:ustomers, has been
Brest in Savings de
twice a year. Your
:eption the purest grade.
Y when preparing medi
s for much, in medicines. +
roud of the hundreds
f friends I have made
nd held, and prouder
till of the magnificent
tock of Books and Sta
onery which I con
nue to offer i ices
iat cannot be beat
R4 Er ElR
s the greatest num
Is by June 10 th, 1907,
of 5c. or more.
Splanting early varie
SEEDS TO SELL
for their unvarying
during the year 1906.
r to merit, under the
the continued confi